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In the constantly evolving world of communications, staying ahead of the curve is crucial to remaining competitive. The Womble Carlyle Communications, Technology and Media Group provides innovative solutions for all of your privacy, telecommunications, cable, broadband, communications technology, U.S. and International copyright, and broadcast needs. Our team constantly apprises our clients on both legal and technological changes in these fields in order to provide you with a full, complete range of services.
Our goal for every client is to provide customized counseling and assistance as efficiently as possible. We will share your vision for success and eliminate roadblocks that can hinder your growth and drain your time away from your core business.
We serve clients ranging from well-established international corporations to emerging entrepreneurs. Our clients include telecommunications carriers, wireless service providers, Voice over Internet Protocol service providers, customers of enterprise services, U.S. and Caribbean cable companies; U.S. and International copyright users; radio and television broadcasters, equipment manufacturers, communications technology companies, and Internet Service Providers. We also assist large users of communications services with their procurement needs, as well as venture capital firms, investment banks and other investors in the communications industry.
Womble Carlyle is committed to building the right team for addressing each client's needs. Our Communications, Technology and Media Group regularly works cooperatively with attorneys in other areas of the firm to accomplish your goals, including the following firm practices and teams:
We offer a complete range of communications technology and media services covering each aspect of your business -- transactions, licensing, regulatory compliance, policy advocacy, and litigation.
Tracking legal, policy and business developments in the communications, technology, broadband, and media sectors.
FCC Approves Safe Harbor “Labels” for Broadband Provider Service-Related Disclosures
NHTSA Proposed Enforcement Bulletin Targets Software and Connected Car Technologies
There’s No Place Like Home Where the TCPA is Concerned
The panel will discuss Federal Communication Commission’s byzantine political broadcasting rules.
The event takes place in Rochester, New York on April 29-30.
The event takes place Apr. 27th-29th in Crystal City.